Greeley Unexpected tells the city’s story with people, places, and things that exemplify what is unique and interesting about Greeley. Highlighting the people, the events and more that make the city an interesting place to live, work, play and learn.
Día de los Muertos Celebrations Día de los Muertos, also known as “Day of the Dead” is a beloved Mesoamérican holiday that celebrates the memories of ancestors and deceased family members much like a joyful family reunion. The holiday, typically celebrated in Mexico...read more
Greeley ranks fourth in Gallup and Sharecare’s 2016 “Community Rankings for Exercise” report. They found that 65.3% of Greeley residents exercise three times a week or more, the fourth highest ranking out of 189 communities across the county.read more
The Greeley Multicultural Festival is a brand new event. It showcases cultures from all over the world. The Multicultural Festival facilitates community awareness of different cultures. Join us to celebrate in Lincoln Park in Downtown Greeley on October 7 from 11 a.m....read more